Customer stories

How law firms use Legl’s straightforward, helpful technology to succeed in a digital-first world.


Following the Covid-19 pandemic law firms are quickly adapting to operating remotely.

In this case study, we speak with Tom Hall, Chief Operating Officer of Brachers, as he explains how a law firm advising clients in-person for over 125 years achieved remote operations in just 24 hours.

“People want to be able to do things online, which means we as a law firm need to invest in technology to deliver this. Technology, like Legl’s, allows firms to operate remotely now and in the future.”
Tom Hall 
Chief Operating Officer, Brachers

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DJM Solicitors

DJM Solicitors knew they wanted to enable clients to pay invoices online, but they needed a solution to meeting their needs as a law firm. We speak with Barry Davies, Director, to learn about the impact Pay by Legl has had on business.

“With Legl’s online payment solution, we reduced our debtor days and improved our working capital cycle. It’s had a hugely positive impact on our firm.”

Barry DaviesDirector, DJM Solicitors

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Streeter Marshall

Find out why Streeter Marshall, a full-service firm with a reputation for being approachable and practical, decided to use our technology to improve their clients’ onboarding experience.

“By using Legl we’re making it easier for clients to instruct and pay us. Not only is it a great experience for clients, but getting more clients through the door faster is good for business.”

Robert Peck Practice Manager, Streeter Marshall

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RG Law

RG Law specialises in conveyancing, wills and probate. Find out how they use Legl’s online payments tool to keep operations running smoothly with reduced staff numbers.

I just wouldn’t be able to cope if we didn’t have Legl’s online payments tool. Before, I wasted hours calling, chasing and following up with client payments.”

Karen Marsh Peck Director, RG Law

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